SNHU Insights
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31 Jan 2015

The End of the Road

By Gabbi Hall, Integrated Marketing Manager   When the university set out on a second cross-country bus tour last spring, the theme was the same: a journey celebrating student success. The route, however, was different — taking the team to Virginia, Kentucky...
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29 Jan 2015

Unsung Heroes

By Hattie Bernstein In some ways, a military spouse is like a backup singer: No matter how capable and talented the front man is, without backup, the music isn’t as good. That’s why SNHU’s College of Online and Continuing Education is partnering with Operation Homefront to award...
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27 Jan 2015

A Message from Amelia

Fall in New England is one of the most beautiful times of year. The weather is still warm, yet cool enough to enjoy a lot of time outdoors. The leaves are changing color, creating often breathtaking vistas. It is a time where transition is visible everywhere you look. Transition...
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25 Jan 2015

Flavor of New Hampshire: Fall Foliage

  By Kirstan Lukasak, M.A. in English and Creative Writing student Fall is one of the most popular times of year in New Hampshire. With seasonal traditions that include making homemade donuts and freshly pressed apple cider and taking scenic train rides through the White...
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23 Jan 2015

Online in Force

By Hattie Bernstein Getting a college education is a top-down priority in the Garden City, Georgia, police department, where three police officers and the department’s records clerk are online students in SNHU’s criminal justice bachelor’s degree It’s so...
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21 Jan 2015

Keeping It Real

Hands-On and Interactive Learning Tools By Katharine Webster The fundamentals of online learning are “read, write, respond.” But for many students, that’s no longer enough: They need the experience, help and stimulation offered by interactive and hands-on learning tools. Keeping...
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19 Jan 2015

Our Brand is Your Brand

By Rich Grant, SNHU Career Advisor How the SNHU Brand Serves as a Catalyst for Your Personal Brand You might be familiar with the expression “mi casa es su casa,” which is Spanish for “my house is your house.” At Southern New Hampshire University, it might be more appropriate for...
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17 Jan 2015

Student Spotlight: Michael Hangge ’15

By Hattie Bernstein During 26 years in the military, 24 combat deployments and six years at war, Chief Warrant Officer Michael Hangge ’15 has used writing to deal with life and death. Now, having recently earned his M.A. in English and Creative Writing, the soldier, who...
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11 Jan 2015

Success Stories

By Katharine Webster We’re dedicated to student success outside the classroom, too. Career Advising wants to be on every COCE student’s radar, from his or her first class through graduation and beyond. “If 15 years after you graduate you lose your job, you can call us and we will...
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09 Jan 2015

Faculty Spotlight

Advisors Recognizing Excellence By Katharine Webster Advisor Sarah Reed was concerned. Reed advises accounting and finance/economics majors, and one of her students was struggling in a humanities class she needed to graduate. Then the course instructor, Calliope Pappadakis,...
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